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Mission Grill - Philadelphia (CLOSED)

  • $
  • American, Southwestern
  • 1835 Arch St, PHILADELPHIA 19103 39.95534 -75.170633
  • (At N 19th St)
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  • (215) 636-9550
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User Ratings (Based on 8 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4 Value 3_5
Service 3 Atmosphere 4

Other Restaurant Info

(215) 636-9550
Major Credit Cards Happy Hour Mon-Fri: 5pm-7pm
Mon-Fri: 11:30am-2am Sat: 5pm-2am
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Bar Scene, Delivery, Good for Groups, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor Seating, Private Parties, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Mission Grill - Philadelphia

    Posted by anonymous on 2011-11-28

    sit at the bar

    Have been there a few times. Sat in the dining area several times. No difference between waiter and waitress, they were both arogant and ignorant. Have chosen to sit at the bar several times also. Bartenders are great. Bar service must 1000 times better.

  • Mission Grill - Philadelphia

    Posted by Lucy on 2011-03-23

    Very Good and affordable

    I don't understand the bad reviews. I went there after the Leonardo DaVinci exhibit at the Franklin on 3/19/2011. It was great! My carnitas tacos were extremely good and for $10 I don't know who can make them better! the sweet potato fries are amazing t

  • Mission Grill - Philadelphia

    Posted by Michael on 2011-02-22

    Will never go again.

    I feel that because of my age (18) I was downgraded in terms of service. Our waitress was not polite and tentative to my friend and I, but seemed polite and tentative towards the other (older) guests. I did not like the fact that I was charged 20% gratuit

  • Mission Grill - Philadelphia

    Posted by boop on 2009-05-20

    Amazing Crab cakes

    I love Mission Grill. I dream about their crab cakes, which are probably the best I've had in Philadelphia. The restaurant recently changed the menu and some of the food preparations--but I happen to think it's for the better. Great value. The tacos are

  • Mission Grill - Philadelphia

    Posted by suburban diner on 2008-10-06

    Southwestern shouldn't mean dry.

    The food here was dry, including our steak and fish tacos. The Ceaser salad had so much cheese on it, that it was inedible. But the worst aspect was that when the entrees came out, we were expected to remove our own salad plates to make room for the en

  • Mission Grill - Philadelphia

    Posted by Anonymous on 2008-02-18

    Nice place, mediocre food

    A confusing restaurant that can't decide between sports bar and southwestern cuisine ... but still nice inside. The service is prompt and attentive, but that's where the positives end. For the food, which was rather bland and lacking in creativity, it w

  • Mission Grill - Philadelphia

    Posted by Anonymous on 2007-09-04

    Great decision

    Heard of the place from a friend of mine. Decided to try it out with my wife. Both of us were blown away by the atmosphere and food. Would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a new flavor to their meal for a good price. The Southwest Margarita was t

  • Mission Grill - Philadelphia

    Posted by Nacho Libre on 2007-05-29

    Great food--found it by accident!

    Didn't even know MG was there until a co-worker brought me for lunch. Excellent food--good and spicy! I would classify as Southwestern with a Philly twist. Try the guacamole (watch out for the red salsa that it comes with--HOT!) Chicken flautas, red s

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